Coleman Expedición Kit de Primeros Auxilios
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- Kit de 200 piezas de Primeros Auxilios en carcasa resistente, semi-dura
- 135 Vendas de diferentes tamaños, incluyendo vendajes mariposa y nudillo
- Diez Pads de 2 por 2 pulgadas de gasa y cinta, 2 férulas para dedos, tijeras de metal
- 5 paquetes de pomada antibiótica, 6 paños de Sting-Alivio y 15 Toallitas antisépticas
- Ez Encuentra sistema mantiene Artículos Organizada; Snaplight palo de luz para emergencias Señalización
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Nuestra Expedición 200 piezas Kit de Primeros Auxilios Coleman es ideal para grupos grandes o un viaje más largo. Perfecto para mantener en su RV. Este kit tiene un caso semidura Unique. Este kit incluye también nuestras StazOn Vendajes Hi-tack, paquete frío y Illumistick Light Stick. Todo en un lugar cuando más lo necesita.
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The case is pretty solid. Although canvas, it is also waterproof, quite stiff (making it more resistant to impact and such), and has a convenient carrying handle on the top. It opens with zippers of course.
Inside, it is broken down as follows: There are mesh pouches on each inside cover. One contains the cold compress and a bundle of antiseptic wipes (15 total), the other contains the brightstick, two finger splints (pretty much just big popsicle sticks, lol), a pair of tweezers, a tiny pair of scissors, a little roll of tape, and a bundle of gauze pads (10 2"x2"). There was also a $1 coupon in that pouch for other Coleman stuff, and clipped to that mesh are 4 safety pins.
The inside pouches, made of plastic, are broken down as follows: 1)4 packets of 375mg aspirin (2 each) and 6 packets of Diphen (25 mg)...2)5 packets of antibiotic ointment and 6 packets of sting relief towelettes...3)a pair of gloves (replace these though, they are pretty worthless) and a bundle of bandages...Each of these three center pouches is further broken down into six individual pockets to keep everything separate. Although they have flaps, these really dont serve any purpose since they dont seal individually.
So, overall, this is a pretty decent first aid kit. I would replace a couple things in here, most notably the gloves and the aspirin (not ibuprofen as advertised btw), and I would also add a couple items such as a lighter, matches, a small knife, and some thread and a needle or two for stitching. However, this is a good start, and there is room to add stuff to the kit. You could certainly do worse, and if you found yourself in a situation where you needed something like this, you will be glad to have it. Also, it is small and compact and can fit in your backpack easily.
This is NOT an expedition class kit. You don't have anything to deal with trauma nor do you have any thing to deal with sprains. In stock form, it will do well as a personal kit that you can throw in a car for life's little cuts and scrapes. I do like that it came with antiseptic wipes, but they put a ridiculous amount in. As this is not designed to be water proof, the individually packaged ibuprofen and cold medicine seem oddly out of place. A travel tube would have been better. The "splints" are just tongue depressors. Not terribly useful. There are a lot of 2x2 gauze packets but those are pretty small. A single set of gloves is a nice addition, as are some metal tools, but the plastic tweezers are junk and the stock tape is too thin to be of much use. I like that it includes a cold pack, which would be good while hiking, but the rest of the kit isn't suited to that scenario, and they don't include a wrap to hold the cold pack in place. A better scenario would be if you need immediate ice and your with the kids at park on your way home.
Luckily, I mentioned the case has room for some smart expansion. Here are the things I added:
4x4 Gauze Pads (better for bleeding on even small cuts).
Alcohol wipes for sanitation
Travel packs of Aspirin (heart attack), Tylenol (pain), Imodium (diarrhea), Dayquil, Nyquil, Oral Rehydration Salts, Glucose paste, and Tums. For fishing and long drives, I throw in sea sickness medication.
An Eye pad bandage
Hydrogel burn dressing
Very large band-aids (2x3 and 3x4)
Adventure Medic Blister Pack
Small Bottle of Bactine for wound cleaning and disinfection. Iodine also works.
Small Ace Bandage
Small Gauze Role
One Person Thermal Blanket
CPR Face Shield.
You might think that the case is exploding, but it's not as I only added enough for one or two usages of each item. That's really all you need for this kit because you should be replacing the items as you use them, and you should only be using this kit for minor injuries. You can fit the Adventure Medic Trauma pack into the kit if your careful and remove the icepack should the need arise.